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You know, what the law is looking at the antitrust statutes.
Our piece revealing that San Diego Police are ticketing people for what they say is seditious language using a 102-year-old city statute misstated the location in which one resident received a ticket.
Some state criminal statutes could also allow San Diego’s district attorney to press charges.
It was the first substantial alteration to the statute in a century.
Therefore, when the statute refers to sex, and that is the basis upon which the plaintiffs were discriminated against, originalism is not a factor.
A member of parliament took occasion to make his maiden speech, on a question respecting the execution of a particular statute.
Statute law or statutes mean the laws enacted by the state legislature and by the federal congress.
A claim barred by the statute of limitations is not provable, nor is a contingent liability.
Benefit societies may be purely voluntary associations or incorporated either by statute or charter.
Gainful corporations have no such power unless it has been granted by their charter or by statute.

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